collaboration

Which of these collaboration tools do you use most?

Collabortation is part of the participation pillar of the open source way. It's how we hash out the details of a project, usher the best ideas to the top, and succeed in our communities of innovation. There are many methods by which to collaborate. Which pulls out the very best in you and pushes you to new heights?Read more

OpenProject features adaptive timeline reports for project management

Open source project management
Who doesn't know the challenges in complex project teams and organizations? Multiple projects need to be managed, often with various dependencies to...Read more

Organizations with innovative IT departments value collaboration

Collaboration in business
In the open source community, we know the value of collaboration. It’s at the core of everything we do. Some of us are lucky to work for...Read more

Open source at the heart of most startups these days

open business culture
Bringing together people with high-energy and motivation to create startups that have the potential to make a positive impact on society is a great...Read more

Intranet on your phone: Launch of Open Atrium 2, open source collaboration solution

intranet on my phone
In 2009, our friends at Development Seed launched a pretty revolutionary concept—a completely open source intranet-in-a-box called Open Atrium . It...Read more

Linux Foundation and OpenBEL collaboration has potential to advance science

OpenBEL software helps researchers
A new Linux Foundation Collaborative Project has the potential to advance science through the use of open source software. The Linux Foundation...Read more

Doctor, your patient will see you now

The open source way for healthcare
If doctors can't be as accessible and transparent as the tablet or smartphone that lay in the hands of their patients, they can't expect to gain the...Read more

Which of these characteristics is most important to start a local open government movement?

open source city
How can you apply the concepts of open source to a living, breathing city? An open source city is a blend of open culture, open government policies, and economic development. I derived these characteristics based on my experiences and while writing my book, The foundation for an open source city . Characteristics such as collaboration, participation, transparency, rapid prototyping, and many others can be applied to any city that wants to create an open source culture. Let's take a look at these characteristics in more detail.Read more